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Top Shazamed Songs At Tomorrowland 2015: Major Lazer, Robin Schulz & More!

Shazam-logo edm in stereoTomorrowland 2015 is officially in the books and we can ponder the tracks that defined this festival giant. Launched 10 years ago, Tomorrowland was seen as the younger sibling of the Dutch festival, Mysteryland. Now in 2015, Tomorrowland has outgrown its role as the smaller sibling and is now one of the largest music festivals in the world with over 120,000 people attending over two days!

This year’s festival featured hundreds of incredible performers who played a wide selection from different genres! Tomorrowland’s music selections tends to favor those genres with a European flavor: big room, trance, techno, house and hardstyle. With its fourteen stages, many of them designated for a specific genre, attendees would be sure to find a genre for them!

Despite the wet weather and abundance of mud, festival goers still danced around with their phones in the air, trying to catch the track ID songs playing. While many of these tracks don’t come as a surprise, some of them might! Take a look!

According to Shazam, these were the most “Shazamed” songs of Tomorrowland:

1. Major Lazer Feat. MØ & DJ Snake – “Lean On”
• Subgenre: moombahton/electropop

2. Robin Schulz Feat. Ilsey – “Headlights”
• Subgenre: deep house

3. Lea Rue – “I Can’t Say No!” (Broiler Remix)
• Subgenre: deep house

4. Jack Ü & Justin Bieber – “Where Are Ü Now”
• Subgenre: house

5. Avicii – “Waiting For Love”
• Subgenre: electro house

6. Felix Jaehn Feat. Jasmine Thompson – “Ain’t Nobody (Loves Me Better)”
• Subgenre: melodic/tropical house

7. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Feat. Ne-Yo – “Higher Place”
• Subgenre: big room house

8. DJ Snake & AlunaGeorge – “You Know You Like It”
• Subgenre: trap

9. Netsky – “Rio”
• Subgenre: drum n bass

10 .Kygo Feat. Parson James – “Stole The Show”
• Subgenre: melodic/tropical house

According to Shazam, tracks like “Lean On” and “You Know You Like It”, were also among the most Shazamed songs of Coachella 2015! Coincidence? Probably not!

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